Michigan’s congressional delegation is claiming a victory for maintaining funding that they say is vital for the Great Lakes.
A Cascade Township firefighter accused of having a sexual relationship with a teen has pleaded guilty to several child porn charges.
The Holland Christian Schools community is reeling after a 13-year-old died the day after she was diagnosed with a rare type of leukemia.
West Michigan is quickly becoming a destination for some of the best health care in the country, and that includes mental health care.
An inmate at the Ionia Correctional Facility is facing more time behind bars for allegedly taking part in a tax fraud scheme while in jail.
A shooting scene remains active and dangerous after a paramedic was critically wounded while responding to a shooting, Dallas police said.
A large group demonstrating for immigrants’ rights spent hours marching through Grand Rapids on Monday.
The facility is the first of several GE Brilliant factories where the company is using data to reduce machine downtime to less than one perc…
Expect long lines at participating Jimmy John’s on Tuesday, when subs will be priced at $1 for National Customer Appreciation Day.
Great sense of community, fantastic restaurants and breweries, and venues that feature world-class entertainment.
Spa packages, brunch, and complimentary golf for your mom.
Starting Tuesday, Live Nation will offer $20 concert tickets for its venues this summer, including 20 Monroe Live in Grand Rapids.
The Trump administration is preparing to roll back some nutrition standards for federally subsidized school meals.
The bill that would fund most government operations through September but deny President Trump money for a border wall.
River levels are still running above average due to a soaking month of April that ranked sixth wettest in Grand Rapids.
Inside the van, officers found a suitcase that contained an active meth lab and equipment used to produce the drug.
Good news, West Michigan: You may be scratching fewer mosquito bites this summer, if Orkin’s rankings are any indication.
Contrary to public perception, data showed that student sexual assaults by peers were far more common than those by teachers.
Authorities said a white man identified as Peter Selis, shot four black women, two black men and one Latino man.
A Kent County man is in custody for a stabbing that sent another man to the hospital.